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Sisters on the Fly to host fishing trip on Oregon’s Rogue River

October 18-21, 2014
The weather is nice and the fishing should be really good. The level of care we’ll get as guests on this trip perfectly compliments the fun fishing, stunning scenery & exciting boating experiences that the Wild and Scenic Rogue offers.


Sisters on the Fly


The Rogue River offers great fishing and spectacular fall scenery. The Rogue is known for its
great fall steelhead fishing with comfortable wilderness lodges. A beautiful section of secluded waters, this designated Wild and Scenic section of river is a limited entry, permitted section with low fishing pressure. The Rogue is one of only five rivers with the unique “half-pounder” one year old steelhead run of smaller, energetic fish who are know for their fight. We are using flies to target these smaller steelhead along with the bigger adult steelhead in the river. These trips are run during the peak of the steelhead run. 

This trip is a four-day drift boat trip with three nights of riverside lodging accommodations for women. The trip is set up as double occupancy for the boats and lodges. Each of Helfrich Outfitter’s custom drift boats comfortably accommodates two guests and allows for both anglers to fish at the same time. Perfect for all skill levels who love to fish and yet are still looking for the comfort and class of private lodging. We stay in three different riverside lodges on this trip with the opportunity to experience this 43 mile stretch of designated “wild and scenic” river while still enjoying the amenities of lodges. 

The starting point for this section of the Rogue is conveniently located about a half hours drivefrom Interstate 5. We will want to plan to arrive in the area the evening prior to your trip and stay at either Morrison’s Lodge or Galice Resort. These are both fun places to stay along the Rogue and the lodge will transport you right to the river in the morning where the outfitter will be waiting with our boats ready to go. At the end of your trip you can choose one a few different options for transportation.  

The cost of this fishing trip is  $1,800 for 4 solid days of guided fishing in drift boats, two fishergals to a boat– so an all inclusive price that covers lodging, equipment, meals, boats, even your BLM use fees.
Not included: Oregon fishing license for the days we fish,
 Stay in local motel before and after, tips (we think 20% per day per guide is wonderful).

Trip Planner link for travel to and from and more: click HERE

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